Budou Green

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Fruit Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Ugh... I was so grateful the PT went easy on me today due to the amount of muscle pain I am feeling in my arm. I got a light regime and a bit of a massage which was nice. It is COLD outside and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another randomly found Lupicia sample. I’m not sure if it qualifies as a sipdown since it’s only this one tea bag. I guess since I have so many one sample tea bags floating around, I won’t count...” Read full tasting note
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    CHAroma 509 tasting notes
  • “Well, it tastes like grapes. Big, purple grapes. In fact, I feel like I'm in church, drinking the communion grape juice. The tea's pretty perfumey, and the grape flavoring tastes pretty...” Read full tasting note
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    fashion_piranha 121 tasting notes
  • “So the other day I made a firm decision not to buy any more tea before I go travelling in just over a month. Mere hours later, Lupicia sent me a 20% discount coupon. And that's why I'm in the...” Read full tasting note
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    luthien 265 tasting notes

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The deep, sour-sweet flavour of grapes is harmoniously complimented by the refreshing astringency of Sencha green tea.

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Ugh… I was so grateful the PT went easy on me today due to the amount of muscle pain I am feeling in my arm. I got a light regime and a bit of a massage which was nice.

It is COLD outside and when I got home I just wanted something warm and satisfying. When it comes to flavored green teas, Lupicia has quite a few nice ones, there is no doubt about that. Sometimes the extra flavoring will inspire me to drink more green tea than I would otherwise and this is such a nice and juicy grape flavor. I did not think I would like this but it’s tasty!

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Another randomly found Lupicia sample. I’m not sure if it qualifies as a sipdown since it’s only this one tea bag. I guess since I have so many one sample tea bags floating around, I won’t count them as sipdowns. Anywho, on to the tea!

The dry leaf aroma is grape and green tea. The brewed tea aroma is the same and yet different. It smells sweeter now. Mmm, the flavor here is lovely! It’s a nice mixture of grassy green tea with grape candy. The end of the sip is slightly bitter, but that’s counteracted nicely by the grape flavor which lingers long after the sip.

I’m content with this one. It’s definitely more enjoyable to me than Lupicia’s Happiness tea I just tried. Still, it’s probably not something I would re-stock. But I do feel confident in recommending it to others!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Well, it tastes like grapes. Big, purple grapes.
In fact, I feel like I’m in church, drinking the communion grape juice.

The tea’s pretty perfumey, and the grape flavoring tastes pretty fake. I can barely taste the sencha, save for a slight bitterness. Too bad. The tea is completely overwhelmed by whatever they used to to pump up the grape flavoring.

The brew itself is the yellow-green of green grapes, which would be thematically appropriate if the ‘sweet andmellow Kyoho grape’ that flavors this drink wasn’t a deep purple-black. But hey, props for trying!

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So the other day I made a firm decision not to buy any more tea before I go travelling in just over a month. Mere hours later, Lupicia sent me a 20% discount coupon.

And that’s why I’m in the position to write this review today. Oops. g

Actually, after trying this, I don’t regret taking the plunge with a few more new teas. I’m pretty sure I’ve never tried a grape-flavoured tea before and I wasn’t completely sure what to expect. A little surprisingly, grape – or at least this sort of grape – works very well with sencha. The scent of the dry leaves is clearly, but not overpoweringly, grape-like, and this translates into a very similar aroma from the brewed tea. The liquor is, appropriately, pretty close to the colour of a green grape. The flavour is a little lacking, and I think I’d really love this tea if a little more of the grape from the aroma showed up in the drinking. Even so, I do like this one quite a lot. One caveat: I’ve been drinking this for the first time while also testing a quite heavy jasmine perfume and I’d like to revisit the aroma of this tea sans perfume sometime soon.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

Cool! I haven’t gotten a coupon from them yet.

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This is a great tea! I love grapes so of course I was drawen in immediately. It has a wonderful grape aroma that reminds me of the Japanese grape flavored candies :D The taste is just as awesome! The green tea and the sweetness of the grape blend nicely, each not overpowering the other. It’s extremely yummy XD

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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omg love. It tastes like tea with a hint of grape juice…in a good way

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3 min, 0 sec

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Concord grapes everyone!!!!! Love!!!!!

Mellow green base, zero bitterness. It actually tastes like tea, not just grape juice.

Please find me some Lupicia teas I don’t like so I can still afford to pay my mortgage…

(Is there such thing as being homeless because of tea addiction?)

TeaBrat

I love this tea too! Tea addicts anonymous!

yyz

Mmm, concord grapes. My mom and I used to make a port wine jelly with them that I loved. All of the recipes I’ve found recently have too many ingredients. This one was basically grapes pectin and port.

As for Lupicia, dangerous.

Dexter

If you are homeless, where would you keep your tea? ;))

TheTeaFairy

Dexter, I’ll find a way… if I’m homeless with tea, that makes me a “bag lady”.

Dexter

TBag lady – that’s funny. :))

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